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Azerbaijan and Armenia Postpone Talks in Geneva

The Wall Street Journal - US Abstracts; May 29, 2001

Attempts to bring Azerbaijan and Armenia to the peace table June 15 in Geneva, in a bid to end their protracted 13-year war, have failed as the two sides warring sides have stuck to their guns. French, U.S. and Russian peace brokers are nevertheless still hopeful that Azerbaijan president Heydar Aliyev and his Armenian counterpart Robert Kocharian will forge an agreement to resolve the war, which is holding back further development in the oil and natural gas industry, in which the U.S. is involved. Both sides will attend an informal meeting scheduled for Minsk this week, which will also bring in Russia's president Vladimir Putin, in another attempt to thrash out some agreement.

Abstracted from: The Wall Street Journal
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